The Powerful Headwinds Confronting Religious Freedom
Mark L. Movsesian, Library of Law and Liberty
The increasing religious polarization suggests that, unlike in the past, traditional believers cannot count on a widespread, if thin, cultural sympathy for their commitments
Smith’s advocacy of free markets doesn’t ignore cronyism; it’s a warning to be vigilant against it.
Google Bans Bail Bond Ads, Invites Regulation
Alex Tabarrok, Marginal Revolution
Google’s decision to ban ads from bail bond providers is deeply disturbing and wrongheaded.
The “Success Sequence” is a Framework for Helping Individuals Avoid Poverty: A Response to Eve Tushnet
Randy Hicks, Institute for Family Studies
If we believe that poverty often entails significant levels of suffering, then we have a moral responsibility to at least give a framework for avoiding it.